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Penarth Pier is a Victorian era pier in the town of Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan Featured 01231 Image

Penarth Pier is a Victorian era pier in the town of Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan

Penarth Pier is a Victorian era pier in the town of Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales. The pier was opened in 1898 and was a popular attraction to seaside-goers at the time, who also enjoyed trips on pleasure steamers that operated from the pier. During World War I, pleasure steamers were used as minesweepers and the pier was requisitioned by the army. After the war, it was found that the landing stage was considerably damaged, and compensation payments were inadequate to fund the necessary repairs. The pier went into a period of decline, and in 1929, it was sold to Penarth Borough Council. As a result, a new concrete landing stage was built at the seaward end, and in 1930, a spectacular Art Deco pavilion, built of ferro-concrete, was constructed at the shoreward end. Info from Picture shows The Marina Ballroom.
Picture taken 12th August 1932

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Scott Walker. Singer and Songwriter and member of The Walker Brothers Featured 01231 Image

Scott Walker. Singer and Songwriter and member of The Walker Brothers

Scott Walker. Singer and Songwriter and member of The Walker Brothers.
Scott Walker (born Noel Scott Engel; January 9, 1943) is an American-born British singer-songwriter, composer and record producer. The Walker Brothers hits include "Make it Easy On Yourself" (1965) and "The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore" (1966)
Picture taken 21st March 1969

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At No. 4 Carlton Gardens the Free French Forces in London hold a commemoration service in Featured 01231 Image

At No. 4 Carlton Gardens the Free French Forces in London hold a commemoration service in

At No. 4 Carlton Gardens the Free French Forces in London hold a commemoration service in remembrance of June 18th, 1940, when they were formed. The President of the Free French Forces in London, M. Burdet, was present, also the French ambassador M. Chauvel. Lady churchill and Selwyn Lloyd represented Britain. 18th June 1958

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